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This Monday, July 6, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. the Amherst Town Board will be voting on whether to rezone the four properties on Sheridan Drive between Sunrise and Frankhauser.

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We are asking once again for solidarity. Please take the time to come out and express your concern regarding this development and your opposition to it at the Town Board Meeting.

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If you cannot make this meeting you can certainly send an email to the Town Board expressing your opposition. (Email addresses listed below for your convenience)

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The wetlands on this property would impact those on the Westwood – – which we do not want to see. Thanks for your support.

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Amherst Municipal Building/Amherst Town Hall
5583 Main Street
Williamsville, NY 14221

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Email addresses for Amherst Town Council:
Supervisor Dr Barry A Weinstein

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Councilmember Mark A Manna

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Councilmember Guy R Marlette

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Councilmember Ramona D Popowich

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Bucki Fundraiser Was An Enjoyable Event

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Debbie Bucki, Jeremy Zellner and Fran Spoth

On Monday evening at the Protocol restaurant on Transit Rd., Debbie Bucki had a fund raiser.  Debbie is running for the Amherst Town Board hoping to replace either Mark Manna or Guy Marlette, who are both facing their term limits.

Those in attendance were a mix of people including Erie County Democratic Chairman Jeremy Zellner, Inspector General of Erie County Mike Szukala, her friends from the Amherst Democratic Committee including Dan Ward, Jim Tricoli ~ the voice of Amherst, Janice Dunn and Debbie Norton.  I didn’t realize Debbie had so many friends form different parts of Amherst, Buffalo and other surrounding areas.

The Protocol is known for outstanding food and it didn’t disappoint anyone.  The background music quietly played Sinatra, Bublé, Whitney Houston, Nat King Cole and other musical greats.

The only person missing at this event was Jerry Schad. Jerry is the Chairman of the Democratic Committee who endorsed Debbie and Fran. Debbie Norton spoke for him saying he not here because his wife Pricilla wouldn’t let him come.

If size makes a difference there were over 100 people coming and going throughout the night.  It was a heck of a good time.

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U.S. Women Beat Germany 2-0, Advance To Final

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The U.S. women’s team topped Germany 2-0 to advance to the Women’s World Cup final. They will face either Japan or England Sunday.

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Death of Maryland Boy Pushed in Swing For Three Ruled Homicide

 The boy died of dehydration and hypothermia, according to a statement from Charles County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Diane Richardson.

Officers found the boy, Ji’Aire Lee, around 7 a.m. on May 22 after witnesses reported seeing a woman pushing a child on a swing for an unusually long time at a park in La Plata, about 35 miles south of Washington, Richardson said.

When the officers arrived they found the 24-year-old mother, who has not been identified, still pushing the child, and realized immediately that he was dead.

The boy and his mother had been at the park since Wednesday morning, Richardson said. Police found them Friday.

The boy was alive Wednesday when he was placed in the swing where he stayed until police found him, Richardson said.

Police did not give a time of death, but Thursday’s temperatures were unseasonably cold, Richardson said.

There were no obvious signs of trauma. The mother was taken to a hospital for an evaluation.

No charges have been filed pending a review by the Charles County State’s Attorney’s Office.

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The KU Klux Klan Are Sick, Cowardly People Who Live On Evil And Hate

Ku Klux Klan gets green light for pro-Confederate flag rally in South Carolina

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A Confederate flag is held up by a man at a rally outside the State House to get the Confederate flag …

The white supremacist Ku Klux Klan has received approval from South Carolina officials to hold a pro-Confederate flag rally at the state capitol, a newspaper reported on Monday, less than two weeks after a white man shot dead nine people in a black church.

The suspect in the church shooting, 21-year-old Dylann Roof, has confessed to the killing. He had previously posted a racist manifesto online as well as photos of him posing with a Confederate flag, a Civil-War era banner associated with slavery and seen by many as a symbol of racist oppression.

The shootings on June 17, in which all nine victims were black, unleashed shockwaves across the United States and triggered calls for South Carolina to stop displaying the Confederate flag on the statehouse grounds.

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has called for the flag’s removal, and told the Post and Courier that she did not endorse the Klan’s planned rally.

But according to the newspaper, the South Carolina Budget and Control Board approved an application filed by the “Loyal White Knights” chapter of the Ku Klux Klan for a July 18 rally in favor of the flag.

Budget and Control Board spokesman Brian Gaines told the newspaper that space to demonstrate was provided at the site when not already reserved.

The state capitol is located in South Carolina’s capital, Columbia, about 115 miles (185 km) northwest of Charleston, home to the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church where the shootings occurred.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors extremist organizations, lists the Loyal White Knights as an active group within the white supremacist Ku Klux Klan.

With roots reaching back to the Civil War, the Klan is known for its white robes and pointed hoods and for its acts of violence and intimidation against African-Americans, including cross burnings and killings.

An answering machine for the South Carolina chapter referred to Roof as a “warrior,” according to the Post and Courier.

Federal authorities said on Monday they are investigating a spate of fires at predominantly black churches across the southern United States, though so far no link between the incidents has been established.

In past year, race relations have been increasingly under the spotlight in the United States amid growing anger over frequent deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of law enforcement, leading to demonstrations and occasional unrest.

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When it’s Time To Vote Remember The Party Bosses Who Want Control Of Amherst

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Starting with the September primaries, if there are going to be any in September, the political machines are starting to roll.We know how the political bosses scheme to get their candidates elected. The more money they give these candidates comes more control over them.

Amherst is in serious difficultly and needs two new Town Board members who aren’t controlled by the wimping party bosses.  The people can’t continue to give their votes to Zellner Democrats or Lorgio’s candidates or Jerry Schad, who has given out so many jobs to his committee members means these people will vote for his candidate in fear of losing their jobs.

Party bosses need to keep control of the Erie County Legislature. They are combining their different parties to re-elect Tom Loughran who’s done little or nothing in 12 years.  Twelve years is long enough to get something done.

Guy Marlette’s record screams of all the things he did to help Amherst.  If we the people re-elect Loughan then we deserve the nothing we have been getting from him for the last 12 years.

Why do these party bosses think money given  to the candidates will get them control?  It’s because if you control the candidates you control their votes.

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Bucki and Spoth Are Fighting Jerry Schad’s Double Crossing Deal to Get Them Dumped


The Bucki Family is usually are very quiet about their lives but the rudeness and treachery of Chairman Jerry Schad towards Debbie Bucki and Fran Spoth is beyond mean and disgusting.

These two quiet ladies will be fighting with every method they can devise, assisted by their many friends who are as pissed off as they are with Schad for what he did to them.

Jerry insulted the wrong two ladies.  He has caused both bonafide democratic candidates to become steamy mad at the treachery of their local Democratic Chairman.  Schad has told them to their faces he doesn’t care who the Amherst Democratic Committee chose, he will be supporting Hadar Borden for a seat on the Town Board.

Since he made the deal with Poloncarz, Zellner and Lorigo, Schad has given his word he will work hard for Borden.

‘The endorsed candidates want the dismissal of Jerry Schad because of his allegiance to Poloncarz, Lorigo and Zellner to support Borden.

The Amherst Democratic Committee HOPEFULLY will take a vote for the removal of Jerry Schad as Chair and a member of the Democratic Committee.

Jerry Schad doesn’t want to lose his job at the Water Authority.  If he doesn’t go along with Poloncarz, Zellner,and Lorigo his job may be in jeopardy.

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There’s perhaps no greater thrill for a golfer than to sink a hole in one… but wouldn’t it be an even greater thrill to know that playing golf could also give a homeless teenage boy a chance at a better life?

“Tee Off for Teens” is a golf tournament benefiting Plymouth Crossroads . Fundraisers such as this allow us to provide up to 18 months of shelter, food and clothing, counseling and life skills to homeless boys aged 16-20. For more information or to register to play, please contact Clair at

Don’t golf? Here’s a few ways you can help…
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  • TUESDAY, June 30, PRESS CONFERENCE: State Tax Credit & Sales Tax Exemption on Geothermal Heat Pump Installations. Legislators Sean Ryan and Robert Ortt call on Gov. Cuomo to sign the bills. 12:30 PM, 10 Winter St., Buffalo
  • TUESDAY, June 30, VOTER REGISTRATION: A Healthy Democracy = A Healthy Environment! JOIN US for a Voter Registration Drive. Sponsors: WNYEA, Community Power for Health & Justice, & Sierra Club. 4:45pm, PUSH Buffalo, 271 Grant St., Buffalo. Snacks & 1st Beer FREE
  • WEDNESDAY, July 1, BIKING TOUR: Canalside — 5:45-8PM, Buffalo. Register Online with Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper
  • THURSDAY, July 2, MEETING: WNY Drilling Defense – Ban the ‘Bomb Trains’ shipping explosive crude oil through Buffalo and Erie County. 6:00pm, Crane Branch Library (Upstairs), 633 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo. Open to all
  • SUNDAY, July 5, VIGIL: For the Victims of Lac Megantic Oil Train Disaster. We will read the names of the victims. Sponsor WNY Peace Center. 7:00pm-8:00pm, Elmwood Ave. and Bidwell Pkwy, Buffalo
  • Monday, July 7, SESSION: Pope’s Climate Encyclical – Walk through it with Sister Eileen O’Connor, Member, Diocesan Care for Creation Committee. Sponsor: Sierra Club’s Climate and Clean Energy Writers Group. 6:00-7:30 PM, Unitarian Universalist Church (2nd floor), 695 Elmwood at Ferry, Buffalo

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Fran Spoth for Amherst Town Board

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Fran Spoth is running for a seat on the Amherst Town Board.  She has offered her résumé for the residents of the town to review. She is the target of Zellner, Lorgio, Polancarz and Jerry Schad the  traitors Democratic Chair in Amherst whose committee endorsed her.It’s clear she can’t be control like many of the candidates who are running for Amherst Town Board. She said she would show these  bosses the deals they made can will collapse.

217 West Klein Road
Williamsville, New York, 14221


  • Married to Michael for 25 years.
  • Mother of William who attends University of Buffalo.
  • Spouse and I are both lifetime residents of Amherst.


  • Masters in Social Work from State University of New York at Buffalo.
  • B.A. from Buffalo State College.
  • Graduate of Williamsville South High, Mill Middle and Maple West Schools.


  • Worked for 10 years as Director of HANCI’s Adult Day Care Centers, Intergenerational Program and Elder Abuse Program.
  • Research and Marketing Specialist – Baker, Shore & DiLorenzo LLC.

Community Service

  • Elected two terms to the Williamsville School Board
  • Appointed to the Internal Audit Committee for the Williamsville School Board
  • Served on the Williamsville District Shared Decision Making Committee
  • Amherst Democratic Committeeperson
  • Past  Fundraiser Coordinator for Boy Scout Troop 85
  • Former President and Vice-President of Heim Middle School PTSA.
  • Past Officer of the Williamsville PTSA Council
  • Served on the Erie County Youth Services Board
  • Served as President for Western New York Adult Day Care Services Association.
  • Sunday School Teacher for 3-5 year olds for over six years
  • Member of the Friends of the Amherst Symphony Orchestra
  • Former Board Member for Erie County Adult Day Care Center.
  • Facilitated Alzheimer and Dementia, Parkinson’s disease and Caregiver Support Groups.
  • Participated in Speakers Bureau for the Western New York Community.
  • Member of the Family Violence Coalition Planning Committee.
  • Former parent for Mathewson McCarthy Baseball


  • Certificate of Recognition on behalf of Alzheimer’s disease patients and families.
  • Certificate of Appreciation from the Amherst Youth Board for outstanding volunteer service.
  • Honorary Life Membership in the New York State Congress of Parents and Teachers.
  • Service Award from the Williamsville PTSA Council for dedication to youth in the community.
  • Award from Cub Scout Pack 248 for service and dedication to Scouting.

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